The Florida comptroller's office is pushing a plan to whittle staff and operating costs by 1999.

The agency, which regulates Sunshine State banking, securities, and other financial services, intends to slash 10% of its 851 jobs and 12% of its costs within four years, Florida Comptroller Robert F. Milligan said in an interview.

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